Linking JERICO-NEXT activities to a Virtual Access infrastructure, WP5, Deliverable D5.16. Version 2.0.
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According the Commission definition, Virtual Access means: “access to resources needed for research through communication networks without selecting or even identifying the researchers to whom access to resources is provided. Examples of virtual access activities are databases available via Internet, or data deposition services” The JERICO-NEXT partners are providing a large number of in-situ monitoring and numerical modelling infrastructures, with numerous marine observations and forecasting products for the coastal zone. These data are usually collected, processed, qualified, used to make products, stored and made available via a virtual (research) infrastructures (VIs), e.g. web infrastructure with high capacity and performance for big data processing and state-of-the-art web visualisation services. VIs make use of standards for wide interoperability, whilst respecting user privacy and differences in data policies. The (virtual) access to research infrastructure is of fundamental.....
PublisherIFREMER for JERICO NEXT
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.A
Best Practice TypeManual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc)
CitationNovellino, A. (2017) Linking JERICO-NEXT activities to a Virtual Access infrastructure. WP5, Deliverable 5.16. Version 2.0. Brest, France, IFREMER for JERICO-NEXT, 39pp. (JERICO-NEXT-WP5-D5.16-06032017-V2.0). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1004